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Thursday, March 14, 2013

Peril from 'patriots': The LA Times spews anti-patriot propaganda and reguritates the Obaman party line

There are, in increasingly frightening numbers, cells of angry men in the United States preparing for combat with the U.S. government. They are usually heavily armed, blinded by an intractable hatred, often motivated by religious zeal.

They're not jihadists. They are white, right-wing Americans, nearly all with an obsessive attachment to guns, who may represent a greater danger to the lives of American civilians than international terrorists.

The Southern Poverty Law Center, which has been tracking hate groups for 30 years, released its latest report on the growth of these organizations this week. Its findings were, to say the least, alarming. The center divides its subjects into militias, which are mostly groups of weekend warriors who train for combat against imaginary foes; hate groups, which target minorities; and "patriot" groups, whose beef is with the U.S. government. Patriot groups first began surfacing after the massacre of a bizarre sect by federal agents in Waco, Texas, in the early 1990s. They showed their teeth in 1995, when a patriot adherent blew up the federal building in Oklahoma City.,0,2444361.story?track=rss

Voters back the Coalition's cuts plan until they find out 'toxic' George Osborne is behind it

The government’s economic plan would be more popular with voters if George Osborne was not the Chancellor, damning new polling reveals.

Ahead of next week’s crunch Budget, a survey shows his plan to tackle the nation’s debts is backed by more than half of people until they find out he is the architect.

More than a quarter of those who say they support the government’s position change their mind when they find out it means agreeing with Mr Osborne, who was famously booed at last year's Paralympics.

Toby Hayden battered girlfriend in the street after being rejected at cashpoint walks away with community service despite the fact he was on PROBATION

Toby Hayden, 27, flew into a rage in Chippenham, Wiltshire, after being told he had insufficient funds and repeatedly battered Loretta Butterworth, 22, in the face. The brutal assault only ended when a mother and daughter heard Loretta screaming 'please help me' as Hayden held her with one hand and hit her with the other. When police arrived to arrest him he spat in the face of one police officer and tried to gouge the eyes of another.

Germany bans three 'anti-democratic' Islamist groups

Authorities in Germany have banned three Islamist groups, accusing them of being "anti-democratic" and seeking to impose sharia law.

DawaFFM, Islamische Audios and An-Nussrah all adhere to ultra-conservative Salafist doctrine.

Police mounted raids against the groups on Wednesday, but no arrests were made.

German officials have said videos produced by DawaFFM partly inspired the man who shot dead two US airmen at Frankfurt airport in 2011.

Iran Test-Fires Short-Range Missiles...

Iranian media say the military has test-fired several short-range missiles, including the type Palestinian militant Hamas group used to attack Tel Aviv last November.

Thursday's report by the semi-official Fars news agency says the missiles were tested during an army exercise in central Iran. It says the missiles fired were Nazeat-10 and Fajr-5.

During weeks of fighting in November, Gaza's Hamas rulers fired Iranian-made Fajr-5 rockets that came close to Israel's heartland, including the cities of Tel Aviv and Jerusalem for the first time.

New Database Tracks Students' Addresses, Test Scores, Learning Disabilities

Parents and privacy experts are blasting a new national database that compiles personal student information for educational companies that contract with public schools.

New York State officials, working with the city, have already uploaded students' names, addresses, test scores, learning disabilities, attendance and disciplinary records into the inBloom database, according to the Daily News.

Educational companies can use the data to create teaching tools for students.

Parents told the News they were furious.

Feds recaptured 4 immigrants released under budget cuts

The Obama administration said Thursday it has rearrested and brought back four of the most dangerous immigrants it released from detention last month in the run-up to the budget sequester cuts.

U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director John Morton testified to Congress that his agency released 10 “level one” offenders, and has gone out and brought four of them back in. He said the other six are non-violent.

Mr. Morton also acknowledged that overall, 2,228 immigrants were released — far more than the several hundred the agency had initially admitted to.

Bahrain: Shia Protesters Clash With Police

Thousands of people have taken to the streets of Bahrain to protest against the continued presence of a Saudi-led military force deployed to put down Shia-led demonstrations.

Firebombs and stones were thrown at riot police in several Shia villages by protesters chanting "No, no Saudi occupier" and "Down (King) Hamad," witnesses said.

Others shouted: "Bahrain free, free, Peninsula Shield out, out."

Pork Found In Halal Chicken At School

Pork DNA has been found in Halal chicken sausages served in at least one primary school, Westminster Council said.

Other tests revealed lean minced beef supplied to the council showed evidence of lamb and pork DNA.

The council said it immediately ensured both items were removed from all school menus.

Census: Record 1 in 3 US counties are now dying

A record number of U.S. counties - more than 1 in 3 - are now dying off, hit by an aging population and weakened local economies that are spurring young adults to seek jobs and build families elsewhere.

New 2012 census estimates released Thursday highlight the population shifts as the U.S. encounters its most sluggish growth levels since the Great Depression.

The findings also reflect the increasing economic importance of foreign-born residents as the U.S. ponders an overhaul of a major 1965 federal immigration law. Without new immigrants, many metropolitan areas such as New York, Chicago, Detroit, Pittsburgh and St. Louis would have posted flat or negative population growth in the last year.

Kurt Myers killed in Police Shootout

A gunman has died in a shootout with police in upstate New York, a day after he was suspected of shooting dead four people.

Kurt Myers was killed early Thursday by police who had been surrounding a block of small businesses in the village of Herkimer, about 65 miles east of Syracuse.

Trooper Jack Keller said officers entered the building around 8am.

Myers shot a police dog in a basement. Police returned fire, killing him.

The 64-year-old's alleged rampage started with a fire in his apartment in the nearby village of Mohawk on Wednesday morning.

The FOUR plots to knife Cameron: Andrew Pierce investigates the contenders being prepped for the leadership race

ANDREW PIERCE: The view of an increasing number of senior ministers is that the Coalition is a mistake — and that David Cameron, far from being an asset, is the reason that the party’s support slumped at the weekend to a new low of 27 points, with only seven per cent of Tory supporters believing they can win the election. Mr Cameron's main rivals are Theresa May, Adam Afriyie, David Davis and Boris Johnson (pictured left to right).

Winifred Holtby Schoolboy, 14, arrested after sickening video of attack on pupil 'with learning difficulties' is posted on Facebook

Training for 'all-out war' with the West: North Korea uses live artillery in drills near border

The exercise was personally supervised by leader Kim Jong Un, who has issued a series of inflammatory threats against South Korea and the U.S. in recent days. The drill is the latest sign of worryingly high tensions between the neighbours after North Korea cancelled the ceasefire signed at the end of the Korean War. The border where the exercise took place is seen as the most likely site of any clash between the North and the South.

Acrobat Breaks Neck In Moscow Circus Fall

A Kenyan acrobat suffered serious injuries including a fractured vertebra after falling through a safety net during a show at a Moscow circus.

Video footage showed the moment 22-year-old Karo Christopher Kazungu fell nearly 50ft through the net and on to the arena floor during the show on Wednesday evening.

The Great Moscow State Circus said on its website that Mr Kazungu was conscious when he was taken to hospital.

Private Prisons: The More Americans They Put Behind Bars The More Money They Make

How would you describe an industry that wants to put more Americans in prison and keep them there longer so that it can make more money? In America today, approximately 130,000 people are locked up in private prisons that are being run by for-profit companies, and that number is growing very rapidly. Overall, the U.S. has approximately 25 percent of the entire global prison population even though it only has 5 percent of the total global population.

The United States has the highest incarceration rate on the entire globe by far, and no nation in the history of the world has ever locked up more of its own citizens than we have. Are we really such a cesspool of filth and decay that we need to lock up so many of our own people? Or are there some other factors at work? Could part of the problem be that we have allowed companies to lock up men and women in cages for profit? The two largest private prison companies combined to bring in close to $3,000,000,000 in revenue in 2010, and the largest private prison companies have spent tens of millions of dollars on lobbying and campaign contributions over the past decade. Putting Americans behind bars has become very big business, and those companies have been given a perverse incentive to push for even more Americans to be locked up. It is a system that is absolutely teeming with corruption, and it is going to get a lot worse unless someone does something about it.

One of the keys to success in the private prison business it to get politicians to vote your way. That is why the big private prison companies spend so much money on lobbying and campaign contributions.

Manning Leaked Testimony: US Army a 'child torturing ants with magnifying glass'

Ex-hostage: 'Local helped me escape from Syrian rebels'

'Racist Murder': Brooklyn in chaos after cops kill teen

Batten: We'd need EU match-fixing police for just one purpose...

Obama tries new tack with Israel, appealing to wary public

After nearly four years of often testy relations with Benjamin Netanyahu, U.S. President Barack Obama is about to try a different tack - going over the head of Israel's prime minister and appealing directly to the Israeli people.

Obama's first presidential visit to Israel next week, while certainly including meetings with Netanyahu, will focus heavily on resetting his relationship with the country's wary public as he seeks to reassure them he is committed to their security and has their interests at heart.

Michigan expected to announce takeover of Detroit finances

Michigan Governor Rick Snyder is expected to announce on Thursday an emergency state takeover of Detroit, putting a lawyer with extensive experience managing corporate bankruptcies in charge of the destitute city's finances.

The dramatic move will culminate the long decline of the once thriving center of the U.S. auto industry and birthplace of the Motown trend in popular music.

Chinese Coal Mine Explosion Kills At Least 21

At least 21 miners have been killed and another four are missing after an explosion at a coal mine in China.

The accident happened at 8pm (local time) on Tuesday at the mine in Shuicheng county, Guizhou Province, in the south west of the country.

There were 83 miners working in the mine when a blast ripped through tunnels underground.

Labour Peer Lord Ahmed Suspended By Party

Labour peer Lord Ahmed has been suspended by the party as it launched an investigation into claims he blamed a Jewish conspiracy for his jail term.

The Muslim peer was jailed for 12 weeks for dangerous driving in 2009 after sending and receiving text messages minutes before he was involved in a fatal crash.

He has now allegedly blamed the sentence on pressure placed on the courts by Jews "who own newspapers and TV channels".

4.7 Magnitude Earthquake SOUTH OF JAVA, INDONESIA - 14th March 2013

Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 09:48:47 UTC
Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 04:48:47 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
8.078°S, 106.729°E
28.1 km (17.5 miles)
72 km (44 miles) S of Buniasih, Indonesia

4.6 Magnitude Earthquake NORTHERN CALIFORNIA - 14th March 2013

Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 09:09:23 UTC
Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 02:09:23 AM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
38.812°N, 122.786°W
2 km (1.2 miles)
2 km (2 miles) NE (50°) from The Geysers, CA

What is the mystery military plane flying over Florida? Residents report 'Army' aircraft over their homes but officials DENY forces were in area

Residents of a Florida city now believe that they have spotted unidentified flying objects because the ruled out all other options.

The people of Ocala, Florida claim to have seen a military style aircraft flying over the city, but Navy officials have denied any knowledge of their planes being used in the area at the time of the supposed sightings.

Local station WKPMG reported that the concerned residents described a true spectacle and not simply one rounded disk of an airplane.

They allege that the unidentified eyewitnesses saw a mystery aircraft that was flanked by an uncertain number of helicopters flying around it.
The last spotting of the supposed space craft came early Monday morning between 2am and 3am.

A logical conclusion- especially because the scene that the witnesses saw was apparently similar to that of military aircrafts- was that a military test of sorts or envoy was sent over the area.

U.S. intelligence officials tracking Russian 'ghost ship' that's floating adrift in Atlantic Ocean and is 'inhabited only by rats'

A rat-infested Russian cruise ship cast adrift in the Atlantic Ocean has caught the eye of U.S. intelligence officials, who are keeping tabs on the abandoned vessel.

The MV Lyubov Orlova - named after a Soviet actress - was being towed to the Dominican Republic from Newfoundland, Canada, to be scrapped in January when the cable snapped.

The Orlova slipped away as the crew on board the towing ship battled howling winds and 10-foot waves to try in vain to reconnect the line - and it drifted away.

Rights groups: Syrian rebels often kill captives

Syrian rebels routinely kill captured soldiers and suspected regime informers, human rights monitors said Thursday, warning of mounting war crimes committed by those trying to topple President Bashar Assad.

Reports of rebel abuses come as the Syrian opposition appears to be gaining momentum in a 2-year-old conflict that, according to the U.N., has killed more than 70,000 people.

Israeli army says its troops killed Palestinian after their vehicle was attacked by......Stones

The army probe into the shooting death of a Palestinian in the Al-Fawwar refugee camp Tuesday showed that the reservists' vehicle got stuck and came under attack. The soldiers, who had come to make arrests, had to fight their way out using live fire.

The incident occurred at about 8:30 P.M. when a firebomb was thrown from the refugee camp south of Hebron onto Route 60, which runs next to the camp. The firebomb caused no damage.

France hints at arming Syrian rebels

French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius hinted that his country wants to arm Syrian rebels.

"Our position is to ask for the lifting of the (European Union) arms embargo" on Syria, Fabius told FranceInfo radio Thursday.

"Lifting the embargo is one of the only things remaining to push the situation forward. We must work very quickly. ... The rebels must have the ability to defend themselves."

Protestors gather ahead of EU summit

EU leaders gather in Brussels today for a two-day summit in an attempt to negotiate the difficult balance between austerity and growth.

Already, the protestors are gathering and have strung huge banners outside the EU headquarters proclaiming "Austerity Pact, No! Solidarity Pact, Yes!"

Numbers game turns nasty for Greek stats chief

Economist Andreas Georgiou knew his job would not be easy. It was when he discovered his emails were being hacked and leaked that the real challenge of taming his country's approach to official statistics hit home.

Hired in 2010 to reform the discredited Greek Statistics Authority ELSTAT, Georgiou discovered the e-mail breach weeks into the job.

"The police told me that the hacker had been entering multiple times a day into my account from day one of my work at ELSTAT and had accessed and downloaded thousands of my e-mails," Georgiou told Reuters. "All trust was broken."

CERN scientists say particle is no "super-Higgs"

Physicists who found a new elementary particle last year said on Wednesday it looked like a basic Higgs boson rather than any "super-Higgs" that some cosmologists had hoped might open up more exotic secrets of the universe.

"It does look like the SM (Standard Model) Higgs boson," said physicist Brian Petersen of Atlas, one of two research teams working in parallel on the Higgs project at CERN in Switzerland.

His assertion, on a slide presentation to a conference at CERN and posted on the Internet, was echoed by the other group. "So far, it is looking like an SM Higgs boson," said slides from Colin Bernet of CMS.

Obama plans to let spy agencies scour Americans' finances

The Obama administration is drawing up plans to give all U.S. spy agencies full access to a massive database that contains financial data on American citizens and others who bank in the country, according to a Treasury Department document seen by Reuters.

The proposed plan represents a major step by U.S. intelligence agencies to spot and track down terrorist networks and crime syndicates by bringing together financial databanks, criminal records and military intelligence. The plan, which legal experts say is permissible under U.S. law, is nonetheless likely to trigger intense criticism from privacy advocates.

Colorado lawmakers approve sweeping gun-control measures

Both chambers of the majority Democratic Colorado legislature approved a package of four gun-control measures on Wednesday, capping months of debate in a state that has experienced two of the deadliest mass shootings in U.S. history.

The most controversial of the bills that are now headed to the desk of Democratic Governor John Hickenlooper is a ban on ammunition magazines with more than 15 rounds, which the governor said he will sign into law.

4.6 Magnitude Earthquake NORTHEASTERN SAKHA, RUSSIA - 14th March 2013

Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 06:14:30 UTC
Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 05:14:30 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
67.658°N, 142.615°E
10 km (6.2 miles)
129 km (80 miles) WSW of Druzhina, Serbia

Quebec language police threaten Italian restaurant for having 'too many foreign words' on the menu... including 'PASTA'

Fierce laws brought in to protect the French language in Quebec are under the spotlight after a recent spate of rulings - including a restaurant that was condemned for using the word 'pasta'.

The Office Quebecois de la Langue Francaise is the body responsible for 'safeguarding' the region's French language, which is spoken by 94 per cent of people in the region.

But recent rulings have prompted ridicule from the English-speaking minority.

It follows a spate of draconian decisions, including:
  • A British themed restaurant being ordered to rename fish and chips as poisson frit et frites
  • Another restaurant being ordered to mask the word 'redial' on its telephones with tape
  • A third restaurant being ordered to remove the letters WC from the lavatory doors - despite the abbreviation's popular use in France, and

Cynthia Wachenheim jumps to her death from eight floor of New York apartment with baby son in her arms - but the child SURVIVES

Neighbors say Cynthia Wachenheim, 45, a New York attorney, had an argument with her husband, Hal Bacharach, two hours before she leaped out the window of her apartment (in red circle) with her 10-month-old son in her arms. On impact, the baby bounced onto the sidewalk, but police say he is expected to survive. Inside the couple's unit in The Sutton co-op police found a rambling seven-page suicide note and anti-depression medication.

The party stooge planted by Labour on Question Time: Complaints after diehard supporter attacks UKIP panellist on debate show

Amy Rutland, 23, (picture right and inset) launched a personal attack on UKIP's Diane James, calling her 'disgusting', an allegation Question Time host David Dimbleby (left) demanded an answer to. It has since emerged that Miss Rutland is a diehard Labour activist, leading to complaints that she was 'planted' by the party and deliberately given airtime by the BBC.

Euro-MPs reject calls to cut vast Brussels budget and instead demand Britain stumps up MORE cash

David Cameron’s hard-fought deal on the EU budget was dealt a blow by Liberal Democrat MEPs last night when they voted for the package to be renegotiated.

MEPs have overwhelmingly rejected the seven-year £ 787 billion pounds deal thrashed out by national leaders last month after marathon talks lasting 32 hours.

The package had cut the EU’s budget by 3.3 per cent from 2014 to 2020 and was hailed as a great success by the Prime Minister.

But yesterday WEDS the European parliament in Strasbourg passed a wrecking resolution was passed by 506 to 161 - including 12 Lib Dems.

Women whose truck was shot by LAPD officers hunting Christopher Dorner refuse replacement as they were asked to pay tax on it and pose for publicity photos with police

An elderly who was shot by police during the manhunt for LAPD officer Christopher Dorner have refused a replacement truck after the force asked them to pose for publicity photographs.

Emma Hernandez, 71, was shot twice in the neck and her daughter Margie Carranza suffered wounds from shattered glass as police shot at their Toyota Tacoma more than 100 times.

LAPD Chief Charlie Beck promised to replace the truck after it was left riddled with bullet holes in the 'case of mistaken identity' on February 7 but more than a month later it had not been delivered.

Suspected Sudanese war criminal 'who shot so many people he lost count' lives unsupervised and on benefits in Britain

A suspected Sudanese war criminal who claimed to have slaughtered so many people that he 'lost count' is living off British benefits.

Unemployed Mohamed Salim boasts that he is unsupervised by the authorities and never visits police.

The alleged killer now lives in a leafy street in Birmingham, a far cry from his former life in Sudan, where he claimed that he had been a member of the violent Janjaweed militia.

North Korea's leader oversees artillery fire near disputed islands

North Korean leader Kim Jong-un supervised a live artillery drill close to a disputed sea border with South Korea, state news agency KCNA reported on Thursday, in the latest sign of increased tensions between the two Koreas.

KCNA did not specify when the drill took place. The border is seen as the most likely site of any clash between the North, which has stepped up military preparations in response to being sanctioned for its February nuclear test, and South Korea.

North Korea has threatened a nuclear war with the United States in response to new United Nations sanctions and to strike back at South Korea and the United States during military drills that the two allies are holding.

Iran steps up weapons lifeline to Syria's Assad - envoys

Iran has significantly stepped up military support to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in recent months, solidifying its position alongside Russia as the government's lifeline in an increasingly sectarian civil war, Western diplomats said.

Iranian weapons continue to pour into Syria from Iraq but also increasingly along other routes, including via Turkey and Lebanon, in violation of a U.N. arms embargo on Iran, Western officials told Reuters on condition of anonymity. Iraqi and Turkish officials denied the allegations.

Bird flu spreads to Madhepura, 800 chicken die, India

The scary Bird Flu contagion has taken Madhepura district within its sweep where more than 800 chickens have perished during the last four days. The avian 'flu viral' was first noticed at Madheli and Jirwa panchayats under Shankerpur block in the district where chickens perished after dozing off and excreting green faeces in some of poultry farms.

A poultry firm owner Mohammad Tahir is extremely dejected as over 500 chicken of his poultry farm had perished. The panchayat officials promptly swung into action and dumped the chickens which perished during the last few days.

Utah: Hundreds of dead fish found in lake

Hundreds of dead fish have been found in the Stansbury Park Lake; the carp were killed when the water froze over.

High levels of ammonia, which is harder on the larger fish, have been found in portions of the lake where the water had recently thawed. Tooele County, Utah State Fish and Wildlife Service, scouts and residents have all teamed up to haul the piles of fish to dumpsters. They are asking for the public’s help to return the lake to normal.

Jaden Sutherland lives near the lake, and he said the task is not a savory one.

Thousands of dead fish wash up on shores of Brazilian lagoon

Thousands of dead fish washed up on the shores of the Rodrigo de Freitas Lagoon, a Rio de Janeiro tourist attraction, Brazilian authorities said Wednesday.

A large amount of organic matter that entered the lagoon as a result of two recent large storms consumed oxygen and brought it down to critically low levels, Carlos Alberto Muniz, the municipal environment secretary, told Efe.

This situation caused a massive die-off of shad, whose number had risen since mid-February after the fish had entered the lagoon to spawn, Muniz said.

Vietnam: One death from unidentified disease in Quang Ngai Province

A young teenage boy from Reu Village in Son Ha District in the central province of Quang Ngai on March 11 succumbed to the bizarre disease that is plaguing the area.

Dinh Van Thap, 17, suffered from thickening of the skin (keratosis) on palms and soles, stiffness in limbs and ulcers on hands and feet, before he finally succumbed to the disease.

Earlier he had been transferred to the Intensive Care Unit of the General Hospital in Quang Ngai Province, for treatment of liver failure but did not pull through.

5.1 Magnitude Earthquake SOUTH OF PANAMA - 14th March 2013

Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 03:45:46 UTC
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 09:45:46 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
7.552°N, 82.791°W
7.2 km (4.5 miles) (poorly constrained)
54 km (33 miles) S of Punta de Burica, Panama

4.7 Magnitude Earthquake MAUG ISLANDS REG., NORTHERN MARIANA ISL. - 14th March 2013

Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 02:48:12 UTC
Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 12:48:12 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
19.015°N, 145.611°E
195.6 km (121.5 miles)
26 km (16 miles) N of Agrihan, Northern Mariana Islands

4.1 Magnitude Earthquake BONIN ISLANDS, JAPAN REGION - 14th March 2013

Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 00:16:06 UTC
Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 10:16:06 AM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
27.209°N, 139.937°E
365.4 km (227.1 miles)
226 km (140 miles) W of Chichi-shima, Japan

4.4 Magnitude Earthquake FLORES SEA - 13th March 2013

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 22:19:56 UTC
Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 06:19:56 AM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
7.280°S, 120.256°E
585.9 km (364.1 miles)
111 km (68 miles) N of Congkar, Indonesia

4.8 Magnitude Earthquake NEAR THE SOUTH COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN - 13th March 2013

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 20:02:58 UTC
Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 05:02:58 AM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
35.505°N, 139.999°E
73.5 km (45.7 miles)
7 km (4 miles) W of Ichihara, Japan

4.6 Magnitude Earthquake OFFSHORE GUATEMALA - 13th March 2013

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 19:34:30 UTC
Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 01:34:30 PM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
13.841°N, 91.674°W
77.7 km (48.3 miles)
56 km (34 miles) SW of Nueva Concepcion, Guatemala

4.3 Magnitude Earthquake LUZON, PHILIPPINES - 13th March 2013

Wednesday, March 13, 2013 at 18:49:29 UTC
Thursday, March 14, 2013 at 02:49:29 AM at epicenter
Time of Earthquake in other Time Zones
15.125°N, 120.328°E
91.2 km (56.7 miles)
17 km (10 miles) NE of Santa Fe, Philippines

Nigel Farage: Eurozone completely incompatible with nation-state democracy